Communism -- United States, Marxism -- United States, Radicalism, Youth Movement, Young Workers League of America, YWLA, YWL, Yowls, Young Communist League of America, YCLA, YCL, Communist Party USA, CPUSA, Workers Party of America (WPA)
The Young Worker: Official Organ of the Young Workers League.
Book contributor Tim Davenport ("Carrite")
Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections
Volume 1, Number 1 (June-July 1922).
Oliver Carlson, editor.
Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.
C. Revilo: "Song of Youth" (poem).
"The Dawn's in the East."
Oliver Carlson: "Editorial: Our League Established."
Oliver Carlson: "Editorial: 'American Freedom.'"
Oliver Carlson: "Editorial: Child Labor."
Martin Abern: "Are We Tryng to Break the Unions?"
Harry Gannes and William Z. Foster: "The Young Worker and the Unions: An Interview."
Oliver Carlson: "Our First National Convention."
Martin Abern: "Who's Red â And Why?"
I. Ginsberg: "Awake, Young Workers!"
A. Thorne: "On the Road."
Ernest Todd: "Brains, Brawn and Bone-Heads."
S. Max Kitzes: "Freedom" (poem).
William Haber: "The Role of the Young Workers' League."
"Our Relations to the Workers Party: Resolution Adopted by First National Convention, YWL of A, May 13th-15th, 1922."
Oliver Carlson: "The Road Before Us: A Speech at YWL Convention, May 13th, 1922, New York City."
Sarnjinni Naidu: "Dawn" (poem).
"International Children's Week." Hyzam: "A Slip of the Pen."
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